FortisBC Energy Inc. is suing Pacific Border RV Park Ltd. for allegedly failing to pay for natural gas supplied since 2001 after Fortis failed to register it as a customer in its billing system.

According to Business In Vancouver, FortisBC filed a notice of civil claim in BC Supreme Court on October 6. According to the lawsuit, the recreational vehicle park property is located at 67 175A Street in Surrey.  The gas supplier claims Pacific Border applied for service in August 2001, but due to an “error, [Fortis] did not register Pacific Border in its billing system and consequently did not invoice Pacific Border for its gas service.”

In 2016, Fortis realized the park was receiving gas but not paying and began invoicing the company in November that year, and the company has paid since then. However, Fortis claims the defendant has failed to pay for gas supplied between August 2001 and November 2016.

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